Racial imperatives : discipline, performativity, and struggles against subjection /
Nadine Ehlers examines the constructions of blackness and whiteness cultivated in the U.S. imaginary and asks, how do individuals become racial subjects? She analyzes anti-miscegenation law, statutory definitions of race, and the rhetoric surrounding the phenomenon of racial passing to provide criti...
|Published:||Bloomington : Indiana University Press, |
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